The Butter and Eggs wildflowers, also known as Toadflax, are blooming all over Cape Cod. I saw these growing in the meadows at Fort Hill in Eastham.
Butter and Eggs are two-toned with irregularly shaped 1/2′ to 1″ flowers with spurs. They resemble a Snapdragon and bloom from July through September. Many consider this a weed, while others cultivate it for cutting.
I think Butter and Eggs is so pretty, especially when it grows so late in the season. It reminds me of Candy Corn. What do you think?